BOGO for Georgia Renaissance Festival | Save on Atlanta Steeplechase | Tax Day discount at P.F. Chang’s | 31 cent scoop night

Discounts for the Georgia Renaissance Festival

It’s not to late to win tickets to this year’s Georgia Renaissance Festival by entering the AccessAtlanta.com give-away. But if you’re not lucky enough to snag one of those, you can still go to the festival — the 25th anniversary this year — and save by taking advantage of these discounts./The festival is April 17 through June 6.

– On opening weekend, April 17 and 18, you can buy one adult ticket for $19.95 and get one free.

– Jump on the early bird advance tickets and save $3 off the price of an adult ticket and pay $6.95, saving $2, off the price of a child’s ticket. Children ages 5 and under are admitted free. Senior citizen tickets (60 and older) are $2 off.

– There’s also a Royal Combo pack that includes four adult tickets, four adult costume rentals, four drinks, four entrees and four tickets for games or rides. The whole package is $89.95, valued at $165.

– You can also use the WSB 98.5 discount when purchasing online. With the promo code b985, you’ll pay $15.95 for an adult ticket and $6 for child’s ticket.

Save on Atlanta Steeplechase

The Atlanta Steeplechase at Kingston Downs is coming up April 24. You can save $5 off your ticket when purchasing through Ticketmaster using promo code GODAWGS.

Discount at P.F. Chang’s

This isn’t an especially deep discount, but it’s one we’ll take since we rarely see any from this restaurant. P.F. Chang’s China Bistro is offering 15 percent off all orders (excluding alcohol) on Tax Day, April 15.

Baskin Robbins 31 cent scoop night

Ice cream shop Baskin Robbins is partnering with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to help raise money for local firefighter associations. Thus, the fourth annual Be at Hero at 31 cent Scoop Night. On April 28 from 5 p.m.-10 p.m., get a small scoop of ice cream for only 31 cents.

5 comments Add your comment

Wondering

April 7th, 2010
5:34 pm

Just wanted to know (seriously) if African-Americans attend the Steeplechase?

Also Wondering

April 7th, 2010
8:45 pm

Just wanted to know (seriously), how many African-Americans do you actually know? If you or your parents aren’t from Africa, you are simply an American.

Nelly

April 7th, 2010
10:05 pm

I’ll take a scoop of vanilla!

Mamaj

April 7th, 2010
11:01 pm

I imagine that Blacks are free to roam their own country, go to any event they so desire, or do just about anything else any other American does. A person’s skin color has absolutely nothing to do with what their limitations should be.

Brooklyn

April 8th, 2010
12:02 am

It’s amazing what can provoke the ignorant racists to spew their hatred. Steeplechase…really? Just do a quick google search and you’ll see the contributions that Blacks have made to the sport despite its tradition of class exclusivity.